Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market

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Attendees check out the stalls at the Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market
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Browse crates of vinyl, take a swing dancing class or get dolled up at the retro styling station with a Christmas twist

The quarterly retro market at Sydney Uni is a meeting place for people who love vintage, vinyl and classic cars, but on November 25, it’ll also be a haven for Christmas-mad shoppers. For the festive edition of the markets, they’ll uphold their highly regarded selection of stallholders, featuring rock 'n' roll-inspired vintage fashion to books, art, homewares, records and other collectibles.

Each market has a different music line-up, from to honky tonk to rockabilly tunes. This edition will see country-punk rockers, the Jonny’s perform beside the Porkers who’ll be rocking some reggae-infused tracks, along with traditional honky-tonk and rockabilly classics from the Cruisin’ Deuces and the Western Distributors. In between performances, you can take swing-dancing lessons for $11 per person (no experience necessary) and kids under 12 can enter the market free of charge.

By: Time Out editors


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